Got the Keystoker installed in the Garage to heat the upstairs now!!. I had a floor furnance I removed, so I already had the hole in the wall where I ran the pipe (direct vent using Simpson Duravent pipe) and the 8" heat pipe goes up to the opening in the floor where the furnance was.....fired it up and WOW, the room jumped from 59 to 65 in about 30 mins!!
the floor in my cellar is dirt(no water ) and i have dug 18'' out of 90% just out of the picture to the right is my sewer pipe wich is cast so after i replace cast pipe with pvc i will finish digging the basement around the stove i put it up on blocks so i wouldn't have to move the stove
I want to thank everyone on this forum that assisted me & also the members that asked questions. Volunteering your time and effort is truly appreciated. From the combustion air intake to the return air duct my LL pioneer is up & running great thanks to this forum. God bless you all. P.S. Is this pic girly man enough?
Hello everyone, Here are some pics of our Harman sf-260. This is our first experience with a coal/wood fired boiler. It took some time and alot of patience to figure this out. Three weeks now and things are going alot better.
If it wasn't for the help of this forum and the people on it, it would have been alot harder. Special thank you to Greg-Lsfarm. Happy Holidays to everyone.